Boulevard Theatre

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Boulevard Theatre - seats 165



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6 Walker's Court
London W1F 0BT

Council: Westminster

Region: London

Location map for Boulevard Theatre


Piccadilly Circus (Piccadilly, Bakerloo)
Leicester square (Piccadilly, Northern)

Charing Cross



Dean Street/ Chinatown
Trocadero/ Haymarket

Day no:
14, 19, 38

Night no:
N19, N38

About Boulevard Theatre

The Boulevard Theatre is the brainchild of Fawn James, a Director of Soho Estates, and granddaughter of Soho Estates' founder Paul Raymond.

The revived venue is located on the site where Paul Raymond opened the original Boulevard Theatre.

Fawn intends to honour her grandfather's legacy by helping to promote Soho as an arts and entertainment district. Rachel Edwards (Sweeney Todd - London & New York, Founder of Tooting Arts Club) is Artistic Director of the new Boulevard Theatre which will present its own productions together with a vibrant late-night programme.

The Auditorium is a revolving, two level, fully adaptable playing space with a current seated capacity of 165.

It will showcase a vibrant, mixed entertainment programme of theatre, comedy, cabaret, music, film and literature.

The theatre is due to open in Autumn 2019.

Access information


The Boulevard aims to be accessible and enjoyable for all customers.

As well as a modern fully-accessible building, it provides a range of assisted performances throughout the year.

Members of the Access Membership scheme can purchase up to two tickets for any performance (excluding late-night and Sunday performances) at the rate of £18 per ticket.

You will find more information on the theatre website access page.

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Wheelchair access

The theatre has a ground floor entrance and automatic entrance door.

There is level access to a lift which serves all levels (including to the auditorium and restaurant).

The lift is fitted with low level controls, audio announcements, relief controls and Braille lettering.

There are flat-level access seats available in the Stalls and the Balcony.

Wheelchair spaces are available in the Stalls.

Contact the venue for more details and if you need to book a wheelchair space.

Wheelchair spaces are available to book online by Access Members.

The theatre has unlocked accessible toilets on all levels.

If you would like to bring an assistance animal to the theatre, contact the theatre in advance so that appropriate arrangements can be made.

Visual assistance

Guide Dogs may accompany customers into the auditorium.

Alternatively, staff dog-sit for you.

If you would like your guide dog to be looked after during a performance, you are invited to contact the theatre in advance so that appropriate arrangements can be made.

Hearing assistance

There is an infra-red Sennheiser hearing system in the auditorium.

Headsets and hearing loops for use with or without a hearing aid can be collected from the box office.

Box office staff will request a deposit of £10 that will be returned to you when the headset is returned.

Hearing Dogs may accompany customers into the auditorium.

Current shows

Ghost Quartet

Rose has a problem. She's been betrayed by her lover, a local tree-dwelling astronomer, with her very own sister. Rose seeks vengeance and a passing bear might just offer the answer. But his services come at a price.

Previews from: Thursday 24 October 2019

Closes: Saturday 4 January 2020

Upcoming shows

The Sunset Limited

Two men meet on a subway platform; the chance encounter instantly changing the trajectory of both their lives. Thrown together, their conversation quickly turns to the most essential and existential questions facing humanity.

Previews from: Thursday 16 January 2020

Closes: Saturday 14 March 2020

The Effect

Connie and Tristan meet; symptoms develop. Racing hearts. Lost appetites. Erratic emotions. Is this the frenzy of falling in love, or simply the side effects of the new anti-depressant drug they're testing?

Previews from: Thursday 19 March 2020

Closes: Saturday 30 May 2020

Hello and Goodbye

It's been fifteen years since Johnny and Hester Smit have seen one another - not since the day Hester fled to Johannesburg in search of a different life ...

Previews from: Thursday 4 June 2020

Closes: Saturday 25 July 2020

The Cavalcaders

All his life, cobbler Terry has spent his days tending to his neighbour's soles. Now it's time for the appentice to take over, and Terry finds himself handing down two types of keys…

Previews from: Wednesday 16 September 2020

Closes: Saturday 21 November 2020

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